Din Tai Fung, 8 Cuts Burgers, and Ooma, among other restaurant brands The Moment Group (TMG) operates now offer cashless transactions online and in stores via PayMaya.
“We want to continue serving everyone with good food alongside a safer payment experience across all our channels,” said TMG co-founder and creative director Abba Napa.
TMG operates Manam, Din Tai Fung, Ooma, 8 Cuts Burgers, Mo’ Cookies, Shawa Wama, Phat Pho, Mecha Uma, and Bank Bar.
Customers can use their PayMaya e-wallet accounts as well as any credit, debit, or prepaid card to pay for their meals when they order at TMG’s website (www.momentfood.com) which is now powered by the PayMaya Checkout payment gateway.
Additionally, TMG now accepts cashless payments for VISA, MasterCard, and JCB cardholders, as well as PayMaya QR, using the PayMaya One all-in-one point-of-sale terminals in its Metro Manila store branches.
“Cashless is now fast becoming the default payment option when dining in or ordering food online,” said PayMaya president Shailesh Baidwan. “We’re glad to partner with The Moment Group in adopting PayMaya’s end-to-end cashless payment solutions to provide its customers and store frontliners a safer and more seamless payment transactions, whether they prefer ordering online or dining in their branches.”
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